Kenya continues to have low jobs creation rates. This low rate of jobs creation leads to Kenyans looking for jobs in other countries that have created more jobs than the demanded jobs by the population entering the jobs market. The
During the Diaspora University Town project Saturday meetings, U.S. Registered Nurse (RN) Bui Thuo of Los Angeles, CA will be heard quoting the Kenya Constitution 2010. She will eloquently
Dr. Wilson Endege of Boston, MA and Dr. Benson Edagwa of Omaha, NE have two technologies for medicine and vaccine production. Using their technologies, Bacman technology and LaserArt technology, the
Ndara B Community Land Management Committee welcomed Dr. Wilson Endege to Taita Taveta during his visit to the County. Dr. Endege was in Taita Taveta to advance the establishment of a Medicine and Vaccine Plant. He was happy to meet the Ndara B Community land management committee.
Dr. Wilson Endege met the Diaspora University Town team in Voi where he got updates of the ongoing Diaspora University Town project. Dr. Endege coming from Boston in the U.S. is visiting Voi to advance the Daktari Biotechnology Medicine and Vaccine Plant...
The 20,000 jobs creation Diaspora University Town (DUT) project is the best investment in Kenya. DUT investment in job creation incorporates investment in the plans, systems and property that
In the 1960s Diaspora Koreans took manufacturing companies to South Korea. Today South Korea's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is $1.6 trillion. In the 1980s the Diaspora Chinese took manufacturing
Kenya Constitution in article 43 reads, “Every person has the right to accessible and adequate housing, and to reasonable standards of sanitation; to clean and safe water in adequate quantities.
Diaspora University Town will have about 500 small medium enterprises (SMEs) open as the town grows to reach 10,000 persons. The SMEs categorized into three as follows: SMEs that